Here's a few head sketches I did up at Heroes Con. You know these are of you, so come on in and claim yo' face!uck at caricatures, but it's always fun to do.
I used to do caricatures at Sea World down in San Diego in 2000. I was only there for a month. The kids were too brutally honest. HAHAHAHA Here's the one that got me running out the door... "That doesn't look like my sister.... that looks like a boy!" DOH! HAHAHAHAHAHA I never went back. Props to caricature artists. Very hard to draw likenesses on the spot in 7 minutes. Hope y'all digs!
Hey gang... wow... it's been a minute since I have been able to get back onto the online art communities. Been playing catch-up with my deadlines ever since I've been back from Heroes Con.
Man, that con was a blast! One of my favorites for sure. Big thank you to everyone that cruised by the table to say howdy and show your gorgeous work off! You all made our con so memorable.
Here's a cover I worked up today of some new character designs I did for my pals over at Animation Rigs. It's for their book Anim-mates "Designers Unleashed". The book will be launched this year at their booth at San Diego Comic Con :)
The book is a tribute to every artist that poured blood and sweat into creating new characters and exciting new worlds. It's a great inside look at the collaborative thought and creative process from design to 3D.
-hardback -86 pgs -full color -wrap around cover -$20
Just now able to come up for some fresh air from some deadlines ever since Ichiban and I got back from Heroes Con in Charlotte. Man, we had such a good time! It was great to catch up with friends and drool over some awesome artwork we saw throughout the weekend. Thank you to everyone that stopped by our table and we hope to see ya all again next year!
Here's a piece I did for the Double Blog Dare Tour.
If you liked J.'s work on Teen Titans Go and other comics, you should check out Alison Dare. The amazing J. Bone is the artist so you know it looks tight! You can order the two Alison Dare books from Amazon and such, or you can enter the contest to win copies here (link: http://tundrabooks.wordpress.com/contest/). Go on, I dare ya!
Now I can let the secret out of why I made the Little Big Heads patches.
Ichiban and my mother-in-law have been such tremendous sports spending their free-time making some new stuff for us to launch at Heroes Con this coming weekend. One is an art bag, and the other is a pencil supply bag. These are all handmade, so it is very limited. We are only bringing a 7 art bags and 7 pencil supply bags.
Our table at Heroes Con is AA-710.
Some of you were asking if I'll be bringing my sketchbooks there and the answer is heck yeah! :P
I'm down to my last handful of 2008's Spread the Cheeks and 2009's Cheeks: UNCLENCHED, but they'll be with me if ya wanna pick up a copy of them.
Ok ok ok... back to the new stuff...
-has 2 compartments
(the large compartment can hold up to 11x17 sketchbooks and the smaller compartment can hold various smaller items).
-going for $20.
Pencil supply bag:
-has 3 compartments
(the large compartment can hold drawing supplies, and the smaller compartments can hold biz cards and etc.)
-it is going for $10.
Info for online orders will be available soon. Email to reserve yours today!